Public Transit

Public Transit: Milwaukee-Area Bus Systems

Milwaukee's primary public transit system is the Milwaukee County Transit System (MCTS). The MCTS is a robust busing system with routes connecting all corners of the city and offering residents rides to nearby cities and towns. Numerous bus routes travel through the MRMC campus, including MCTS's GoldLine, Route 31, and Route 67. 

For commuters coming from further west, the Waukesha Metro bus system's Route 901 connects up with the MCTS Gold Line in Brookfield. For those in Washington County, the Washington County Commuter Express brings riders to the MRMC area as well. Find bus schedules or view a map of MRMC bus stops here.

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Planning Tools & Resources

MCTS offers an array of helpful tools for finding the right route and stops for each bus commuter's needs.

Try MCTS Trip Planner >
Find Information on MCTS Fares & Pricing >
Download Ride MCTS App >
Take Your Bike on the Bus >
View Full MCTS Transit System Map >

MCTS is partnered with Bublr, Milwaukee's bikeshare program, on the Buslr program, which lets commuters combine their bus and bikeshare passes on one convenient card.

Traveling from Outside Milwaukee

The Amtrak Hiawatha Train transports travelers between Milwaukee and Northern Illinois, including downtown Chicago. If you're coming to MRMC from outside the Milwaukee area, Amtrak is a great resource.

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